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First Arresting Officer and Report of First Arrest:
In 1935, Marguerite Perey, French chemist, had seen an intriguing article about myths that scientists had been noticing beta particles with unusually high amounts of energy emitting from actinium. This enthralled Perey, and being the actinium expert she was, she decided to pick at the subject a little more.
Using an ultra pure actinium sample, she studied its radiation closely and found that 1% of the radioactivity was formed from the emittance of alpha particles, not beta, to her surprise. The discovery that actinium-227 could decay by discharging a helium nucleus, or an alpha particle, came to her quickly, and she had given the daughter nucleus, an undiscovered element, the name Francium, in deep pride and honour of her home country.
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Francium doesn't do anything. At all. There have been no discoveries to prove otherwise.
However, Francium is not completely useless. Francium is important, as it was the borderline element for approximately all other discoveries of elements in a laboratory, like a chain effect.